A timid writer meets an attractive woman and falls in love at first sight.
Ku Joo Wol (Ha Jung Woo) found success after publishing his first novel. But since then, he has been in a slump. Because of his timid nature, he is always dumped by women.
Hee Jin (Kong Hyo Jin) works for a movie importing company. She is also an amateur photographer. Although she has a bright personality, she also carries a psychological scar about her mother. Add Synopsis In Spanish
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I just can't believe how amazingly good and sexy Ha Jung-woo in rapping at the Alaska song in this movie. And how I can't get over the idea of Gong Hyo-jin (female lead) having such a furry armpit LOL. I am lingering on it, does she grows it naturally? haha
I love all the songs used here, especially the one that used in the airport scene--in fairness, to most of the Korean movies and dramas that I have watched, there were always last minute chasing but this one is not predictable, there is no such "chasing airport scene-- and the entitled Alaska song--it is so funny and entertaining at the last part. I like to have a copy of it!
"Confession of love is the most dramatic moment. Like everything in the world vanishes except for the two." I love the lead male deadpan expression all through out the movie especially when he is confessing at the drinking session scene. It was poetic and lyrical every girl would wish to have.
The plot is mix of the male lead's imagination (since he is a writer here) and they incorporate it in the story, showing them how he view relationship and his feelings to those character that he creates. It is relatable (well to me) when you see relationships and partners in ideal setting whereas love and relationship in real life is not that easy.
Over all, this is a good movie and I love it, rewatch value is high!